Patrick Criteser, president and CEO of Tillamook County Creamery Association and Tillamook Cheese, has traced his ancestry in Oregon back seven generations.
He purchased processing equipment from a retired milk producer/processor and spent five years puttin
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The heifers were on pasture in the morning and afternoon, and at mid-day were brought into a shed an
The couple bought a dairy between Sacramento and Redding in 2001.
Three brothers plan to grow the farm for future generations.
The dairy is Stuyt Dairy and the cheese plant, adjacent to the farm, goes by Stuyt Dairy Farmstead Cheese Co. LLC.
The dairy’s automated milking system allows his 100 cows with Holstein, Jersey and Swedish Red bloodlines to voluntarily walk into a parlor to be milked.
Since opening the Old Almo Creamery in August 2012 they have cultivated loyal customers. With a yield of 400 gallons of milk per week, the Christensens make and sell cheeses, ice cream, pasteurized milk and raw milk at farmers’ market,...
The DeVries moved its dairy from Olympia to Moxee, Wash.
The farm, on California’s “Lost Coast,” was started 91 years ago by Darst’s great-great-grandfather at the current 120-acre location.
The Oregon Dairy and Nutrition Council supports Rickreall Dairy, helping it host tours of school children in the spring and fall.
The dairy's flavored milks come in chocolate, strawberry, root beer, coffee and peanut butter and chocolate.
Currently milking about 300 cows, Seymour Dairy sells exclusively to the Tillamook County Creamery Association.